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Spot Shot! $25 GC Giveaway!



Hey neighbors!

I know that many of my neighbors own pets, and even the most well-behaved pets occasionally have an accident.  Whether they are left alone too long, they are sick from something they ate, or they are having a really bad day.  How many of you have come home and found your pet has had an accident?  Well, here is a product you just might want to try out.  It is called Spot Shot Pet, and is made to remove pet stains and odor from your carpet.  It is non-toxic and is safe to be used around children and pets when used as directed.  Spot SHot works best on fresh stains, but will also work on older stains.


See the stain?
It is easy to use.  First remove any solid waste and/or blot up as much liquid as possible. Spray Spot Shot on the area to be treated. Allow cleaner to work for 5 minutes.  Next using white absorbent cloth blot the stain removing as much moisture as possible.  If necessary repeat previous steps until stain is removed.  Last of all gently blot the entire area with cool water and then blot dry.  Spot Shot also prevents stains from returning.  With Spot Shot there is no need for rubbing or scrubbing.
Apply Spot Shot.

Spot Shot works on feces, urine, vomit, and even mud and dirt that was tracked in.  From Spot Shot:

  • Permanently eliminates all kinds of new and old stainsSeal - CRI Badge
  • Proven better than competitors on the most difficult pet stains1
  • Dual-odor eliminators absorb and neutralize odors
  • Anti-Resoiling agents protect carpet and keep stains from returning
  • Approved by the Carpet and Rug Institute for product performance




After allowing to work 5 minutes blot up moisture.

Doesn't it look great!
Get details about Spot Shot products, coupons and promotions on the Stain Fighting Community Facebook page:www.facebook.com/StainFightingCommunity

Product Information from Spot Shot:

Spot Shot® – the leading carpet stain remover and odor eliminator – is introducing its new Non-Toxic Spot Shot® Pet Aerosol.

This new formula permanently eliminates new and old stains, absorbs and neutralizes odors, and has anti-resoiling agents that protect your carpet and keep stains from returning. Non-Toxic Spot Shot Pet Aerosol is proven better than competitors on the most difficult pet stains, including urine, feces, vomit, and tracked in mud, dirt and oil.*

Most importantly, Non-Toxic Spot Shot Pet Aerosol is safe for pets, kids and the environment. It is non-toxic, certified readily biodegradable by Scientific Certification Systems, and it doesn’t contain phosphates or volatile organic compounds.

*Product Test: Weinman Schnee, Morais


We tried Spot Shot on a spot in my daughter's bedroom. It was quick and easy to use.  I think it worked great!  With 3 dogs and a cat we will definitely have need of Spot Shot.

One neighbor will receive a $25 Gift Card to Wal-mart.  Be sure to enter soon!



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Comments

Tabathia B said…
Popsicle, juice, tea and spaghetti

tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com
DEBIJOT said…
juice, ice cream, popsicles - (kid stains)
degood said…
Ketchup and dirt.

kerrie@mayansfamily.com
scottsgal said…
3 springer spaniels
msboatgal at aol.com
Momma Told Me said…
We have trouble with pet stains.
Janet W. said…
I have to deal with stains from my two dogs. They are older, so they constantly have accidents on the carpet.
Elena said…
pet stains, ketchup and juice
JC said…
Food, mud and grass stains.
akronugurl said…
pet stains

freebiel0ve@yahoo.com
Cheryl said…
Between throw up from the cats and soda or juice stains, I'm ready for this product.

tannawings said…
You name it I got it- grease, dirt, car grease, asphalt, calk, pet stains, it is a mess :)

ellen beck on rafflecopter
Karin said…
stains from dog urine
Anonymous said…
Food and drink from my bf.
grass, grease and blodd :)

marci h
tristatecruisers at yahoo dot com
BethElderton said…
Kittens! Ono and Dangit :)
bethelderton59 at gmail dot com
Unknown said…
usually stains from the kids spilling things
bettycd said…
a parrot that sometimes just has to go, dog and family who track in whatever and account for the coffee and soda spills
Toystory said…
Lately baby food ... just big enough to get it all over the place!
Amy Witherstine said…
I deal with a lot of food stains. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net
AnnaZed said…
I'm the worst offender myself! Muddy garden track feet (I forget sometimes); it's a mess.

The Rafflecopter calls me 'Margot' since it is accessing my facebook where I am 'Margot Core'; the Rafflecopter connects to this

email: annazed10 (at) yahoo (dot) com
jayedee said…
we have a new puppy (12 weeks) and entire litter of rescue kittens! you can imagine what i need spotshot for! lol

jayedee.dewitt@gmail.com
Paula L. said…
Baby stains and man stains....nuff said ;)

jandplee at att dot net
RaettigFamily said…
food stains from my kids
lag123 said…
Food stains on furniture.

lag110 at mchsi dot com
ellamyluv said…
Juice stains, markers...and any other kinds of stains a two year old can make!lol
FB:lee gold scott sleehest@yahoo.com
Coolestmommy said…
2 delightful dogs who love the mud!

coolestmommy2000 at gmail dot com
tawndam said…
...mostly spilled beverages
Karla S said…
Mostly grease and oil stains!

ksceviour at hotmail dot com
Tammy S said…
Mostly soda or food stains from my kids.
Amy Orvin said…
food
2dogs5catscrew@att.net
Unknown said…
Stains from both my cat and my kid, food, markers, you name it!
Stephanie Ann said…
food stains & pet stains!

fb ann lyfe
MamaStace said…
I have to deal with juice and dirt stains

Nathansmommy619(At)aol(dot)com
Laura Jacobson said…
Oh this would really of helped tonight when my dog had an accident on the carpet while we ran to the store. Was a mess to clean up!
landfjacobson @ charter.net
mostly grease or chocolate stains

hannah K on the form

gfc name - hannahachrissmile
Kelly N. said…
Leave a comment telling me what type of stains you have to deal with.

coffee
Julie said…
We have trouble with pet stains on the carpet!
Kimberly said…
A fifteen year old Yorkie with a weak bladder.
Kims2312@verizon.net
Wanda McHenry said…
Actually, iced tea...my husband's a clutz!

Wanda McHenry
wbailey113 at hotmail dot com
Emily N said…
Juice and spit up.
Think about it said…
my niece is a clutz and spills everything on our carpet, so she has left me some coca cola stains.

kadia3 at yahoo dot com
Amber said…
I have to get out grass and food stains all the time!
Thank you for the giveaway :)
hurdler4eva(at)gmail(dot)com
Unknown said…
Food and grass

chrissylea1979 (at)gmail(dot) com
Karen said…
New puppy stains
Unknown said…
Cat stains
magickalblessings26{at}gmail.com
slb3334 said…
lots of stains from work.

slb3334@gmail.com
Tammy Dalley said…
Grass stains with the kids, grease stains with the hubby and pet stains with the puppy ughhh!
Unknown said…
We have coffee stains everywhere.
Unknown said…
email subscriptioin: frangiepani at hotmail dot com
Unknown said…
Following via GFC: smurfette
Brittany said…
Stains from our dog!
Ann Fantom said…
I have to deal with food and grass stains on my daughter's clothing

abfantom at yahoo dot com
peg42 said…
One of our cats is getting older and his stomach gets upset.
Thanks so much.
rickpeggysmith(at)aol(dot)com
dlhaley said…
Juice, coffee and dirt stains.
Renee G said…
Our stains are usually pet stains or pop.
rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com
Linda said…
chocolate stains.
mintstatesportswear(at)juno(dot)com
STRANGEONE1120 said…
I have a toddler, so food and juice stains, occasionally worse things and often not even identifiable
Unknown said…
Pet stains and spilled beverages.
Unknown said…
Food, drink, and tracking dirt on the floors
Unknown said…
My daughter is a spiller...right now there's a spaghetti stain on my living room carpet.
wildcat32 said…
Kool-Aid and chocolate.
Anonymous said…
stains accumulated from working in the shop
HarleyC said…
Food stains. It never fails...when I am wearing a white top & making chili or spaghetti sauce, I always get something on the shirt! I should probably start wearing a large trashbag over me when I cook those things!
sweepmom said…
I have to deal with pet stains and spilled drinks.
Alexis T said…
Spot Shot works great on Scottish Terrier stains!
GALENA said…
mud, dirt an blood
clc408 said…
I have stains from the cat's hair balls.
Claire said…
We have two dogs who are getting old and can't control their bladders well.. pee stains aren't fun!
Unknown said…
Juice and soda mostly

kport207 at gmail dot com
DeeAnn S said…
dog vomit! yuck!
sweepster49 at comcast dot net
sksweeps said…
cat fur balls

sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net
heymissvirginia said…
Pet stains and foot traffic.
(Virginia Rowell)
mogrill said…
Grass and bloodstains.
Thanks for the chance.
mogrill12@gmail.com
mkjmc said…
Spilled juice stains
Unknown said…
It used to be pet stains when I had my roommates dogs around. Now it's only soda spills I have to contend with :)
katychick said…
grease stains from a mechanic-ugh
tcogbill at live dot com
Sarah S said…
I have food stains on my carpet. s2inamug at aim dot com
Benita said…
oil stains.

bgcchs(at)yahoo(dot)com
Tes283 said…
3 dogs in and out makes for a lot of stains.
Kathleen said…
I have a dog, a cat and a 4-year-old boy so I've dealt with it all.
Anonymous said…
Food and dirt stains
marypopmom@yahoo.com
TheresaJenkins said…
with 5 grandkids we have every stain imaginable
Ashley H said…
kid stains and cat stains...not that often though :) thanks!
tia said…
With 3 boy's I have all kinds of stains.
reddon30 said…
The occasional pet stain...ugh.
caseyle2010 said…
stains from my dog, and my 3 year old!
caseyeve_003 at yahoo dot com
Allison Downes said…
My dogs pee stains

Thanks for the giveaway!
RealtorSD said…
Baby spit up stains :(
ehhogan said…
pet stains - YUCK!
I have in the past dealt with a puppy peeing on the carpet
Mary Casper said…
dog and pet stains
ccasper@centurytel.net
Debra Guillen said…
pet stains and outdoorsmen stains
Cindy Merrill said…
Somehow, a few raccoons got into our summer room screened porch- there's still some grime I can't get out of our braided rug.
writer61@yahoo.com
Barbara Montag said…
Worst - when the cats throw up - blech!
Thank you.
Kathy said…
Pet urine stains. My tiny dog is very old and losing control.
jenmalonee said…
cat hair balls

jennifer marie

lilnursejen at yahoo dot com
Mary Calabrese said…
I have to deal with in-front-of-the-TV-eatting.

ighmeg at yahoo dot com
Jessica Cote said…
i have two inside dogs so pet stains!
skkorman said…
Kitty stains!

skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net
marcia goss said…
Stains from having a dog, 2 cats, and a granddaughter!
marcia.goss@gmail.com
Dwayne Berry said…
Pee and poop. We recently bought a puppy who is really tiny and I guess the thing about a tiny puppy is that food and water doesn't have very far to travel to get out of them. I've never seen a dog have to go as often as this little guy. Even now that he's trying to telling us that he has to go finally and we're finally starting to read the signals, sometimes you just can't get to the door in time. We can't hardly leave the house for any length of time without coming back to a puddle and a couple of smelly presents. We NEED to win this contest.
susitravl said…
doggie vomit - UGH
Unknown said…
i deal with alot of grass and mudstains

christinejessamine at hotmail dot com
dmoniz1980 said…
mostly beverage stains on the living room carpet soda and juice boxes

yanktheese@yahoo.com
i have an old dog, and work long hours. so there are often #1 stains and occasionally #2 messes and stains.
Crystal F said…
I have to deal with read juice stains. My girls seem to spill it any time they are drinking it. Thank you!
crystalfaulkner2000 at yahoo dot com
Terra Heck said…
I have to deal with stains from my dog tracking in mud. Thanks.
partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com
Michelle said…
I often have to deal with red wine stains

blackbearpie@aol.com
robyn paris said…
I have to deal with food stains mainly
rparis100@gmail.com
sweetsue said…
I am always spilling coffee on the carpet!
Susan Chester
Sarah W said…
I have stains ALL OVER MY FLOOR from my toddler grinding food into the carpet!
Kelly g said…
I have a 3 yr old so anything you can imagine
Nancy said…
We have dirt and grass stains to clean up.

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com
kdkdkd said…
cats and kids - the hairball glop is the worst
Katharine Davis on rafflecopter
Jessica said…
On my brand new carpet, my daughter spilled red kool-aid. The carpet was oatmeal color. The kool-aid not only got that one spot, but traveled under the carpet and poked up in a couple of other spots. I tried all the carpet cleaners on it, even rented one of those machines. Nothing would touch it. Then I found small bottles spot shot at the dollar store, and it actually removed most of the stains. I was amazed. honestly, this stuff was THAT good.
Tamar said…
Food stains on the couch
Heather! said…
Every kind imaginable! :) Kids, dogs, cats...ME...you name a mess, one of us makes it.

Thanks!
h4schaffer at gmail dot com
Michelle said…
I have to deal with pet vomit stains.
Kimberley Meier said…
I have 3 kids, a husband, 3 dogs, and 2 cats... take your pick of stains!

Kimberley Meier
momof3chaos at gmail dot com
Carrie said…
Pet stains-2 cats and a dog
Ellie Wright said…
I have 4 and 7 year old boys...need I say more?
ky2here said…
Blood and underarm perspiration

ky2here at msn dot com
Unknown said…
Pet stains
gfc- jessica.goodwill
schueler.jessica@yahoo.com
Unknown said…
I mainly deal with food stains like ketchup.
Reagan Cowley said…
I mainly deal with stains from the dog.
smilekisses said…
Mostly cat stains.
Pat said…
Food stains
pkildow at gmail dot com
Unknown said…
pet stains!
Thanks for the contest! Janna JOhnson jannajanna@hotmail.com janna@feedyourpig on GFC
Anonymous said…
Koolaid stains. What a persistent clothes-ruining thing they can be.
fozzy331 said…
Pet and soda stains. Thanks for the giveaway.
Caryn said…
Pet stains. Too often, unfortunately.

Caryn9802 at yahoo dot com
Missy L said…
The worst stains for me from the dogs are vomit. We have spots on our carpet that I cannot get out.
cowboyswife said…
Dog puke and doggie diarrhea, our two dogs got sick a month ago but they are both doing good now.
Derek Timm said…
Stains that my dog causes!
Alicia said…
Cat hork stains.

Thanks for the giveaway >^..^<

Emmy Coffee said…
hairballs from my darn cat
Beth said…
With four pets, we deal with stains from them on a regular basis.
Erica C. said…
We always have grass stains!
ericacarnes(at)gmail(dot)com
Paige said…
Mostly juice stains!
Carolyn Daley said…
We have issues with the cat coughing up hairballs or throwing up grass.
Karen said…
Pet stains. Thanks for the giveaway.

President(dot)peaches(at)hotmail(dot)com
SHAYNA said…
MOSTLY FOOD AND MILK STAINS :)

(SHAYNA B.)

shebebes@yahoo.com
Robin T said…
Mostly food stains

rtrexel@gmail.com
itsrob said…
grass stains on the kids clothes
skipthelaundry said…
Lots of juice stains and spaghetti stains.
April said…
Mostly cat hairball stains.
Katherine said…
Coffee, food, juice.
Hotsnotty2 said…
Juice and pasta sauce

Hotsnotty2@hotmail.com
Anonymous said…
pet stains are my issue
Kathy P said…
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Kathy P said…
i have to deal with juice spills,pet stains and mud
brich2222 said…
we deal with food stains, pet stains mostly

brich22 at earthlink dot net
terri142 said…
Grass stains and pet stains from the cat.

tderosa142 at gmail dot com
Daniel M said…
usually the cat gakking on something - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com
Sandy V. said…
Pet stains
Unknown said…
I have pet stains (3 dogs and 4 cats), grass, paint, food, grease...so many different stains to deal with.
Mommy 2 Monkeys said…
We get a lot of mud and soda stains.
Chrystal said…
Pet stains. I have a cat and dog.
Jennifer said…
I have a lot of cat vomit stains on my carpet. Gross, I know.

jennylovesjeff (at) hotmail (dot) com
Anonymous said…
pet stains
imaclutz89 said…
Lots of baby food stains.

sugarsweet7202@yahoo(dot)com
lini said…
The cat loves to knock over cups so get a lot of drink stains.
Michelle said…
We have 4 pets.

thanks for the giveaway
nightowl said…
Pet and food stains.
Unknown said…
paint stains dog and cat birds. Thank you. Jerri Davis
thescribbler said…
Pet stains, we have three dogs and three cats!
Unknown said…
grass stains for me
Cjnedrow said…
Tea and coffee stains on the carpet!
cjnedrow at gmail dot com
beckytag said…
There are always small spills that go unnoticed, until a day later when they've picked up all kinds of dirt before they dried!

beckytag618 at gmail dot com
Anonymous said…
pet stains

lowville04@yahoo.com
Unknown said…
Coffee Stains and Pet Stains!
annemarie562000 said…
Grass and sweat stains!

annemarie562000(at)yahoo(dot)com
Ericka said…
I have 3 kids and 3 dogs the question should be what kind of stains don't I have to deal with lol, just kidding. I have to deal with dirt stains, food stains, juice stains, you name it I have it :p
Chip said…
Well today it was hot chocolate. Talk about a mess.

Entered under the name of Jill L
Chelsea M said…
We have a small dog and on top of the fact that they're hard to train to go to the bathroom fully outside, his breed is known for always having accidents in the house so we deal with those a LOT. He has a pad he goes on at night but sometimes he misses and even if he manages to get on the pad, sometimes it soaks through to the floor.

chelsknits at hotmail dot com
Mostly pet and a few odd food ones thanks to the kiddo and DH.
I have to deal with a lot of grass stains!
fb: rab pom
eclairre said…
Spilled juice stains
Breanne said…
My husband's always spilling pop on the floor
Anonymous said…
The dirt my dog brings in the house from after our walks sometimes leave stains.
pjgirl74 at aol dot com
Anonymous said…
Juice stains from my 3 year old.
sumer84@live.com
MELINA said…
I have pet stains, and food stains to deal with.
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